Jerome, Salmi & Kopis, LLC – Law Firm in Fairview Heights, IL

Why You Should Keep a Diary After Your Accident

After you sustained an injury in an accident, I always advise my clients to keep a diary of exactly what happened with the Guard, to the accident, and the injuries that she sustained.

Keeping a diary will help you later on recall things that you might forget as time goes on. We don’t remember. Details is clearly keeping a diary will help you do that and will help us in pursuing your client.

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